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Volunteers of Augusta
Orders, 1781

Savannah December 26th 1781.


Col: CLARKE was favored with your letter this morning, and begs you will inform Major BOWDEN, of the situation, of the different Rebel Parties in Carolina; and particularly about McKay’s, being in the neighbourhood of Ebenezer.

Should Capt. CUTHBERT, come in the Boat, you have sent for the Prisoners, Col: CLARKE desires he may be detained at your Post, and the Prisr. sent to Savannah; unless you have received some directions from Major BOWDEN, relative to them.

I am Sir, Your most
Obedient Huml. Servt.
Majr. of Brigade


Great Britain, Public Record Office, Treasury, Class 1, Volume 650, folio 155.

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